jus singulare

noun
jus sin·gu·la·re | \-ˌsiŋgyəˈla(a)rē\

Definition of jus singulare 

Roman & civil law

: a law or right established for special cases as opposed to the jus commune

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History and Etymology for jus singulare

Latin, individual law, particular law

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